Mark's Blog
My super tagline...
By: Mark Bvsk

[Recommend this Fotopage] | [Share this Fotopage]
View complete fotopage

Thursday, 9-Jan-2014 08:34 Email | Share | Bookmark
Ontario Medical Group Calls For No More Sick Notes From Doctors

In Alberta, where there has been a spike in flu cases, there have been lineups at flu clinics. Wooder released a statement this week encouraging people who are sick to stay home, a message heard every year at this time but often ignored. aI canat stress it enough a going to work while sick is bad for you and potentially worse for your colleagues. Staying home to rest will help you to manage your illness and prevent others from getting infected.a But it was his advice to employers that got attention. aEmployers should encourage workers to stay home when sick a not require sick notes which has a discouraging effect and forces patients into the doctoras office when they are sick, which only encourages the spread of germs to those in the waiting room, who in some cases are more vulnerable. People such as go!! children, seniors and those living with chronic diseases are more susceptible to the flu and are at a greater risk from its complications.a Wooder said he has seen .. [read more] the requirement for a doctoras note taken to a silly extent, including a student with his leg in a cast who was required to have a doctoras note so that he didnat have to take gym classes. <br>More:

Ontario police find missing man in truck buried in snow (With video)

Good girl, she said. Cindy Miller, area leader of San Gabriel Valley Puppy Raisers of Guide Dogs of America, said the dogs are trained with their volunteer foster parents from 7 weeks to 18 months. After that, they go back to the organization for formal training, she said. Most of the golden and Labrador retrievers and golden Lab mixes that went through the airport training Monday were between 6 months and 1 year old. A second group of dogs is expected to receive the two-hour training Monday, Jan. <br>More:

Ontario 3-Month T-Bill Average Yield Falls to 0.986%

Diewold was searching for the missing man while in a Town of Leamington snow plow. The driver spotted the pickup I was looking at a pickup parked in a driveway, thinking he was talking about that, said Diewold. It wasnt until we got closer that he pointed out the passenger side rear tail light sticking out from a six-foot snow drift. The pair dug with shovels until they saw the licence plate and knew they had the right vehicle. After we confirmed the plate, we started shovelling away from the doors, said Diewold. Then it was decided to pop the window. He just screamed, because we scared him when we broke the window. Friesen got his truck stuck near several homes. <br>More:

Ontario man rescued after spending nearly a day in his truck, buried in the snow amid freezing temperatures

aThe tone from the (federal) government is that refugees are getting better health care than ordinary Canadians. That is just not true,a said Meb Rashid, a Toronto family physician and one of the founders of Canadian Doctors for Refugee Care. Rashid said the federal government has a for decades a offered refugees the same level of health coverage as low-income Canadians. Most, he said, arrive in Canada with little money in their pockets and few clothes and are in no position to buy health insurance, which means a variety of refugees, including pregnant women and children, were without coverage after the federal governmentas cuts. That includes refugees fleeing trauma, war and other situations that compromised their health. <br>More:

Ontario man who ran $15M Ponzi scheme banned from securities trading for life

aSnow covered, drifts, there was no way a car was going to get through there,a said Diewold. They plowed their way past several homes and cottages to the end of the road. Derbyshire shouted out athere he is.a aI was looking at a pickup parked in a driveway, thinking he was talking about that,a said Diewold. aIt wasnat until we got closer that he pointed out the passenger side rear tail light sticking out from a six-foot snow drift.a They started shovelling. The two dug their way down to the licence plate. Diewold ran a check and confirmed this was the truck they were looking for. <br>More:

ONTARIO: Guide dogs acclimate to the airport

You must enter the verification code below to send. Invalid entry: Please type the verification code again. January 8, 2014, 11:52 a.m. ET Ontario 3-Month T-Bill Average Yield Falls to 0.986% Text By Satish Sarangarajan Average yield on a 600 million Canadian dollar ($557.0 million) auction of 91-day province of Ontario treasury bills was 0.986%, down from 0.994% at the previous auction of C$600 million of 90-day bills held Jan. 2. <br>More:

Immigration minister tells Ontario: Pay for refugees’ health care yourself

In a 76-page settlement ruling released Tuesday, the Ontario Securities Commission also permanently banned Kevin Warren Zietsoff from acting as a director or officer of any company or as an investment fund manager. Zietsoff, 41, has previously admitted to losing more than $10 million of money he had taken from friends, family and acquaintances between January 2006 and December 2012. The other $5 million was returned to investors as so-called interest payments that kept up appearances for the scheme. Victims included Zietsoff's elderly parents, who lost their life savings of $2.5 million. His ex-wife lost $300,000 from an RRSP and recently declared bankruptcy. The scheme came to light in January 2013 when Zietsoff turned himself in to the RCMP, who were unaware of it prior to his confession. Zietsoff has since pled guilty to one count of fraud over $5,000. <br>More:

View complete fotopage

© Pidgin Technologies Ltd. 2016